Over 60 people attended this successful zoom event which was the start of an important discussion.

You can watch it over again on YouTube https://youtu.be/Q_-35oc7ZUU and send the link to other people who may be interested.

Further information and the speeches are also available details below:

1. Introduction by Bob Williams-Findlay

2. Kevin Caulfield, one of the Strategic Leads for Co-production, spoke on the way co-producing has been developed in Hammersmith and Fulham where eight strategic recommendations for change in decision making / policy development were put forward in November 2017. 

Power Point Presentation

Independent Living: A Vision Statement – Hammersmith and Fulham Council,

Disabled People’s Commission

https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/councillors-and-democracy/resident-led-commissions/disabled-people-s-commission

Co-production – Doing things with residents not to residents

https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/councillors-and-democracy/co-production-doing-things-residents-not-residents

3. Gordon Peters, Chair of Haringey Over50s Forum, gave an overview of how Haringey Council along with its users, carers and community representatives has since 2018 begun to build in co-production seriously in its review of adult social care and support the changes to date, and Liz Ciakajlo, whose mother lived and died in Osborne Grove, described the re-investment and re-design of that home.

Gordon Peters speech

Osborne Grove Co-Design Steering Group October 2020